Very addictive! I used the 10 oz cans of chicken, but will cook my own next time. Two 10-oz cans should be 2 cups of diced chicken, which should be about 2/3 pound of chicken breast. I left out the cumin because I'm not a fan and the red pepper flakes because I don't like a lot of heat. I used tortillas for dipping. I loved the tang of the lime juice and the smokiness of the barbecue sauce.
A crowd pleaser, even with light cheeses and light ranch! I love the lime flavor! Personally I'd like more chicken and less cream cheese, and more wing sauce. My favorite part of this recipe is all the ingredients could be kept in your pantry and refrigerator - a quick dip to make if a friend stops by.
I made this last night and it was very good! Its something different than your regular chicken wing dip. It has a lot of different flavors going on and definitely gives it a twist! I do prefer to use real chicken instead of the canned. Also instead of heating this up in a saucepan, I just did what I do for the regular buffalo chicken dip. I throw everything together in a casserole dish and put it in the oven to bake. I used franks hot sauce, since I didnt have wing sauce. Next time I will double the amount to make it spicy. The bbq sauce really gives it a smokey taste in the background. And the lime juice gives it a kicked up zesty taste! It was really good and I will be making this again when Im in the mood for something more kicked up than the ordinary wing dip! Thanks for the recipe!
This is real wing-dinger! A must make!
Made thhis for a b-day treat @ work. Everyone seemed to enjoy it, came home with an empty dish. I did use cooked diced chicken. Will make again. Served with lime flavored taco chips. Thanks for the post.